Journal Articles (When available, PDFs provided via link):
- Robinson, S. (2011, Autumn) “Journalism as Process: The Labor Implications of Participatory Content in News Organization” Journalism & Communication Monographs 13(3), 138-210.
- Robinson, S. and Mendelson, A. (2012, In Press). “A Qualitative Experiment: Research on Mediated Meaning Construction Using a Hybrid Approach.” Journal of Mixed Methods Research.
- Robinson, S. (2011). “Convergence Crises: News Work and News Space in the Digitally Transforming Newsroom.” Journal of Communication 61, 1122-1141.
- Robinson, S. and DeShano, C. (2011). “Anyone can know:” Citizen journalism and the interpretive community of the mainstream press.” Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism 12(3), 963-982.
- Robinson, S. and DeShano, C. (2011) “Citizen Journalism as Third Places? What makes people contribute information online (or not).” Journalism Studies 12(5), 1-16.
- Robinson, S. (2010). “Traditionalists vs. Convergers: Textual privilege, boundary work, and the journalist-audience relationship in the commenting policies of online news sites.” Convergence 16(1): 125-143.
- Robinson, S. (2009). “The Cyber-Newsroom: A case study of the journalistic paradigm in a news narrative’s journey from a newspaper to cyberspace.” Mass Communication & Society, 12(4): 1-20.
- Robinson, S. (2009). “ ‘We were all there:’ Remembering America in the anniversary coverage of Hurricane Katrina.” Memory Studies 2(2): 235-253.
- Robinson, S. (2009). “ ‘If you had been with us’: Mainstream press and citizen journalists jockey for authority over the collective memory of Hurricane Katrina.” New Media & Society 11(4): 795–814.
- Robinson, S. (2009). “A Chronicle of Chaos: Tracking the news story of Hurricane Katrina from The Times-Picayune to its Web site.” Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism 10(4): 431-450.
- Robinson, S. (2007). “Someone’s Gotta be in Control Here: The Institutionalization of online news and the creation of a shared journalistic authority.” Journalism Practice, 1(3), 305-321.
- Robinson, S. (2006). “The Mission of the J-Blog: Recapturing a journalistic frame online.” Journalism: Theory, Practice, Criticism, 7 (1, February), 65-83.
- Robinson, S. (2007). “Vietnam and Iraq: Memory vs. History in the 2004 Presidential Campaign Coverage.” Journalism Studies, 7(5), 729-744.
- Robinson, S. (Forthcoming, 2012). “Experiencing Journalism.” In Eugenia Siapera and Andreas Veglis (eds) Handbook of Online Journalism. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Robinson, S. (2011). “ ‘Beaming up’ Traditional Journalists: The Transition of an American Newspaper into Cyberspace.” In David Domingo and Chris Patterson (eds) Making Online News: The Ethnography of New Media Production (Second Edition). Peter Lang Publishing.
- Robinson, S., DeShano, C., Nakho, K. & Friedland, L. (2010). “Madison Commons: Experimenting with a citizen-journalism model.” In Jack Rosenberry and Burton St. John III. (Eds) Public Journalism 2.0: The Promise and Reality of a Citizen-Engaged Press, an edited volume published by Routledge.
- Robinson, S. (2009). “ ‘Searching for my own unique place in the story:’ A comparison of journalistic and citizen produced coverage of Hurricane Katrina’s anniversary.” In Zizi Papacharissi (ed) Journalism and Citizens: New Agendas, an edited volume published by Routledge.
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